SCHOOL LEADERS SCOTLAND
LEADING FOR A PURPOSE

Speaks on behalf of you as a Scottish School Leader : Acts on behalf of Scotland's Young People

 

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Welcome to School Leaders Scotland

75% of Scottish secondary headteachers and counting are members. Representation in over 90% of schools in Scotland. Outstanding advice, support, information and training for the Scottish School Leaders community.

 

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LIGHTHOUSE FA FINANCIAL PLANNING SEMINAR

WEBINAR 16 SEPTEMBER 2020 15.00 TO 17.00

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Welcome to School Leaders Scotland

Providing outstanding services and support to school leadership and school leaders across Scotland since 1936.

SLS Benefits

SLS is the leadership organisation for Secondary Schools in Scotland. Now representing HTs, DHTs, Faculty Heads,/PTs and Bursars/Business Managers, Private and Public Sector.

  • 24 hour turnaround for legal and professional advice and support specific to school leaders
  • Preferential access to high quality Professional Learning 
  • Network of professional support and advice across the country
  • Represented in over 90% of Scottish Secondary Schools and all authorities in Scotland
  • Fully affiliated to ASCL (Association of School and Colleges Leaders) and all their services and benefits
  • A voice in national education policy including representation on all national education bodies.

Increasingly members are realising the importance of being in the association that speaks exclusively for secondary school leaders. As a school leader you need information that’s relevant to your role as a senior leader. As a result more and more leaders are joining SLS and benefiting from our support.

SLS Engagement

SLS represents the interests of Secondary School Leaders. The association puts forward the views of those who LEAD and so influences decision making at local and national level. You can view what the SLS Team do in representing members by accessing their diaries.

Click here for the SLS Diary

School Leaders Scotland Premier Partners

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Years supporting school leaders in Scotland
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of Scottish secondary headteachers are members
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Representation in schools in Scotland
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2020 Subscription Offer – take the lead and join the leaders!

Join before 30 September and enjoy HALF PRICE FEES until 31 January 2021.

Depute Headteacher

£ 14.25

Per Month until end January 2021
  • Professional development courses
  • Events & conferences
  • Exceptional help & advice
  • Access to Field Officer and General Secretary
  • Access to first class legal advice & support
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Business Managers / Faculty HeadsOur lowest priced membership

£ 10.50

Per Month until end of January 2021
  • Professional development courses
  • Events & conferences
  • Exceptional help & advice
  • Access to Field Officer and General Secretary
  • Access to first class legal advice & support
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Headteachers

£ 18.50

Per Month until end of January 2021
  • Professional development courses
  • Events & conferences
  • Exceptional help & advice
  • Access to Field Officer and General Secretary
  • Access to first class legal advice & support
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Professional Learning Events

New Events announced – all by Webinar

A wide range of professional learning events developed to meet the needs of school management teams across Scotland.  All Professional Learning events are open to members and non members.

LEARNING & TEACHING - What Does It Look Like Now? (Webinar)
Starts On:
October 01, 2020
2:30 pm
Ends On:
October 01, 2020
4:00 pm
£35.00
Event Information

Two experienced Headteachers will share their experience in leading a school where online delivery of learning and teaching has developed increasingly over the past years.  They will talk about the use of G-Suite (Drive, Classroom, Meet etc)and how teachers upload their lessons to Google Classroom everyday.  Peter Bain (HT of Oban High School and Tiree High School) will talk on how his staff deliver live, full class National 5 and Higher lessons from Oban to Tiree, Dunoon and Lochgilphead; and from Tiree to Oban.  This event will show how almost every subject can benefit from using online delivery.  He will explain the journey they are on, and along the way provide details of technical issues, costs, pedagogical, CLPL and equity challenges and how to try to overcome them.

SUPPORTING OUR VULNERABLE LEARNERS - (Webinar)
Starts On:
November 04, 2020
2:30 pm
Ends On:
November 04, 2020
4:00 pm
£35.00
Event Information

We know that for some children and young people, learning at home has provided positive benefits and experiences for them and their learning during the closure of early learning and childcare centres and schools.  However, for many children and young people, their experiences have been less positive and in some cases there have been significant concerns for their wellbeing.  Some children and young people may also have developed needs not apparent prior to lockdown, which may require new responses and approaches.

This webinar will focus on the strategies schools are using to ensure that those learners are being offered specific and targeted support and access to learning as school reopen.

Presenters will share strategies used to mitigate against the impact of the crisis on the health, wellbeing and learning of disadvantaged children and young people.

Workforce Support - How To Support Teachers & Leaders - (Webinar)
Starts On:
December 02, 2020
2:30 pm
Ends On:
December 02, 2020
4:00 pm
£35.00
Event Information

Workstream 6 of the Recovery Plan recognises that there will be many issues relating to the return to work.  The health and wellbeing of the staff themselves being one of them.  This webinar will hear the perspective on a Headteacher and a Faculty Head and will deal with issues outlined within the Recovery Plan.

For School Leaders:-

  • Do teaching staff have the skill, resilience and confidence to teach in new circumstances
  • Staff Wellbeing
  • Should Working Time Agreements (WTAs) be revised?
  • Supply teachers
  • Non teaching staff 
Home School Partnerships - What Does It Look Like Now? - (Webinar)
Starts On:
January 13, 2021
2:30 pm
Ends On:
January 13, 2021
4:00 pm
£35.00
Event Information

More details to follow 

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